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Tokyo Arsenal Experimental Submachine Gun

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Tokyo Arsenal Experimental Submachine Gun - 8x22mm Nambu

The Experimental Submachine Gun (試製自動短銃, Shisei-jidō tanjū) was an early Japanese experimental submachine gun made by the Tokyo Arsenal. Its name is also attributed as Tokyo Arsenal Model 1927, though no corresponding Japanese name appears to exist; it is likely this was coined by an English firearm historian to describe the weapon, which was made in 1927 (Year 2 of Shōwa era). The weapon was rejected by the IJA due to its unreliability. Information on the weapon is limited, even in Japanese sources.


  • Caliber: 8x22mm Nambu
  • Length: ?
  • Barrel Length: ?
  • Weight: ?
  • Feed System: Stick and drum magazine

The Tokyo Arsenal Experimental Submachine Gun and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Call of Duty: WWII "Proto-X1" Added in 2018 update 2017

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